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First Quarter Honor Roll

Lowell Catholic High School First Term Honor Roll

The Lowell Sun
UPDATED:   11/19/2017 06:36:11 AM EST

 
 

Head of School List

SENIORS: Matthew Andrea, Michael Andrea, Mitchell Andrea, Jacqueline Andrews, James Burrill, Shannon Bursey, Bianca Carra, Andrea DiCiaccio, Anthony Grieco, Susritha Kopparapu, Mark Little, Ellen McKenna, Mary Tibbetts, Qinglan Xie and Wei Zhao.

JUNIORS: Jessica Brewster, Truc Minh Chenh, Justin Cote, Caleb Craig, Kyle DeRoma, Elizabeth Gilbride, Kimberly Janeczko, Kylee Jedraszek, Rin Kobayashi, Chansotha Kong, Margaret McGovern, Sopheak Mony Neath Ouk, Julia Prestipino, Calvin Soucy, Sue Ling Ung and Jialin Yu.

SOPHOMORES: Lauren Brewster, Maartje Mensink, Shawn O'Connor, Sophia Odle and Phillip Tran.

FRESHMEN: Hyun Bin Byun, Julia Ciccolo, Sean Deabay, Kate Desruisseaux, William Donohue, Kylie Dunton, Paulina Manning, Julianna Martin, Katherine McMahon, Antonia Mukiibi, Hannah Nangle, Jillian O'Hearn, Kendra Penrose, Rowan Ruggiero, Chloe Scott, Julia Smith and Betty Zhou.

High Honor Roll

SENIORS: Marlaina Autiello, Matthew Belleau, Shuaitian Chen, Sarah Ciampa, Kobe Cruz, Scott Fournier, Zachary Gitschier, Madaline Grenier, Olivia Grenier, Lan Huang, Mikas Kulbis-Marino, Kendra McFadyen, Woosang Nam, Timothy Niemaszyk, Andrew O'Connor, Maggie Penta, Paul Sheehan, Brandon Silva, Jillian Thompson and Jacob Zawadzki.

JUNIORS: Jatin Bussa, Declan Dunbar, Joshua Fiorentino, Dereck Hall, Emily Jussaume, Matthew Larson, Allison Newey and Alice Zhou.

 
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SOPHOMORES: Kenny JunWoo Bay, Yu Wen Chen, Elizabeth Cullen, Joseph Espinola, Johnson Peow and Timothy Picard.

FRESHMEN: Eleni Clermont, Riley Conners, Declan Donaghey, Owen Fanning, Alexandra Guignard, Cheng Lu, Lucas McFadyen, Ty Soule, Brendan Sullivan, Daniel Sullivan and Caitlin Tully.

Honor Roll

SENIORS: William Askenburg, James Bartlett, Hunter Berube, Joseph Callahan, Patrick Canney, Nathan Carbonneau, Vanessa Carlson, Zixiao Cheng, Emily Cloutier, Lily Coutu, Aaron Dartey, Parker Fisher, Derek Flynn, Hao Gong, Valerie Gordon, Owen Kelley, Andrius Kulbis-Marino, Ashlee Locke-Hunter, Gavin MacEachern, Madeline MacMullin, Sara Mainville, Jeremiah Martinez, Sean McCullough, Emerson Medina, Talia Merrill, Celia Murphy, Alexandra O'Connor, Bridgid Porkola, Guillaume Salingue, Abigail Scott and Kevin Searth.

JUNIORS: Sydney Blades, Amanda Bursey, Hyungwoo Byun, Karlee Calavritinos, MaryCate Cassidy, Aidan Curran, Alison Dresser, Maeve Fenlon, Allison Gaudreau, Cassidy Gilbride, Olivia Hebert, Christos Ioannidis, Bryan Klobucher, Andrew Lefebvre, Zhaoguo Liang, Haohan Ma, Hannah Morine, Jessica Newey, Karen Nguyen, Shubham Oza, Ashley Pelletier, Wesley Reller, Lawrence Ruggiero, Peter Sawyer, Owen Skrekas, Max Stever, Katelyn Tourigny, SahakMonineath Uy, Olivia Williams, Anastasia Wood, Zehang Yu and Zeliang Zhang.

SOPHOMORES: Grace d'Eden Adjobi, Shea Barahona, Emily Bartlett, Emilie-Rose Bazzinotti, Michael Bolduc, Ariana Catalano, Venussa Chanthavisouk, Junyuan Chen, Allison Curran, Paige Dame, Haley D'Arcangelo, Julia Dean, Michael DiBacco, Declan Drew, Tyler Eld, Ethan Fanning, Liam Fisher, Haley Hagman, Abigail Keefe, Elizabeth Keefe, Sean Kelley, Huiting Lei, Jessica Lopes, Megan Lussier, Powel Ly, Patrick McKenna, David Morey, Ian Nichols, Yueying Pan, Amish Patel, Bridget Provost, Caleb Scott, Sarah Soliman, Ian Sullivan, Sarah Svay, Sophie Torres, Elena Valiente and Ryan Young. 

FRESHMEN: Hailee Arsenault, Andrew Belleau, Emma Brangan, Connor Callahan, Sarah Camire, Robert Cielakie, Emma Crawford, Olivia Dacunha, Wyatt Dacunha, Michael DeVita, Skyla Dimambro, Alexis Gilbride, Rebecca Graves, Aidan Grimley, Jeyasakthi Kannan, Lena Lam, Aidan Lang, Emma Lemire, Grace Maston, Alexander Merrill, Elizabeth Momplaisir, Abigail Moore, Christopher Mucci, Sophia Pessia, Sinai Robinson, Keenan Rudy Phol, Nikolas Smith, Isaiah Taylor, James Warren and John Warren.



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Lowell Catholic unveils plans for new building
Lowell Catholic unveils plans for new building

 

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LOWELL - Starting in the spring, Lowell Catholic High School will expand its Stevens Street campus with a new, 25,000-square-foot building.

"We're very excited," said Head of School Maryellen DeMarco. "It is the culmination of our strategic plan we've worked on the last few years to add a building to our blueprint in order to make sure we expand the facility to meet our growing population and to enhance the programs that we have at the school."

The $5 million building will be placed directly behind the main school building on what is now the parking lot, she said. What is now the football practice field will become the parking lot, and Lowell Catholic will work with other local schools to provide space for football practice, DeMarco said.

She said the school is "bursting at the seams," and the new building will take care of space concerns while allowing for future growth.

The last structures to be built on campus were Keith Gymnasium and McNamara Hall, which opened in 2006.

The project will begin in March and is expected to take about a year.

The new facility will feature an expanded learning commons about triple the size of the school's current library, DeMarco said. The library in the legacy hall will be turned back into a chapel, she said.

"It really affords us an opportunity to have a state-of-the-art learning commons with all the technology that students need today," said Director of Advancement Nicole Sharpe.

 
 
 

 

It will also have an expanded dining hall and additional classroom space including a physics lab and art room.

The school is working with Gavin & Sullivan Architects and Charter Brothers Construction on the facility, which will mirror the look and feel of the other buildings on campus, DeMarco said.

The school is undertaking a $3 million capital campaign to assist with the construction costs. After about two years of "silent" campaigning, it is about halfway to its goal, DeMarco said.

She said the project will not impact tuition rates, which are adjusted annually.

DeMarco said there is a "marked increase in interest in Lowell Catholic," especially at the middleschool level, where the seventh grade has a wait-list.

"The numbers are growing very strong, so we want to make sure that we're here to provide a Catholic education to all those in the Greater Lowell area that are asking for it," she said.

Class sizes are currently about 100 students per grade at the high school level, Sharpe said.

With the addition, DeMarco said she expects the school could expand each grade by 20 students over the next four to five years.

For more information about how to donate to the capital campaign, visit www.lowellcatholic.org/capital_ campaign or call Sharpe at 978-452-1794 ext. 136.

An admissions information session will be held at 6 p.m. Tuesday at McNamara Hall.

 

 

 

 
 
 
 
 
 

Concept drawing of the new, 25,000-square-foot building Lowell Catholic High School will construct on its Stevens Street campus beginning in the spring.
Concept drawing of the new, 25,000-square-foot building Lowell Catholic High School will construct on its Stevens Street campus beginning in the spring. COURTESY PHOTO

LOWELL - Starting in the spring, Lowell Catholic High School will expand its Stevens Street campus with a new, 25,000-square-foot building.

"We're very excited," said Head of School Maryellen DeMarco. "It is the culmination of our strategic plan we've worked on the last few years to add a building to our blueprint in order to make sure we expand the facility to meet our growing population and to enhance the programs that we have at the school."

The $5 million building will be placed directly behind the main school building on what is now the parking lot, she said. What is now the football practice field will become the parking lot, and Lowell Catholic will work with other local schools to provide space for football practice, DeMarco said.

She said the school is "bursting at the seams," and the new building will take care of space concerns while allowing for future growth.

The last structures to be built on campus were Keith Gymnasium and McNamara Hall, which opened in 2006.

The project will begin in March and is expected to take about a year.

The new facility will feature an expanded learning commons about triple the size of the school's current library, DeMarco said. The library in the legacy hall will be turned back into a chapel, she said.

"It really affords us an opportunity to have a state-of-the-art learning commons with all the technology that students need today," said Director of Advancement Nicole Sharpe.

 
 
 
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It will also have an expanded dining hall and additional classroom space including a physics lab and art room.

The school is working with Gavin & Sullivan Architects and Charter Brothers Construction on the facility, which will mirror the look and feel of the other buildings on campus, DeMarco said.

The school is undertaking a $3 million capital campaign to assist with the construction costs. After about two years of "silent" campaigning, it is about halfway to its goal, DeMarco said.

She said the project will not impact tuition rates, which are adjusted annually.

DeMarco said there is a "marked increase in interest in Lowell Catholic," especially at the middleschool level, where the seventh grade has a wait-list.

"The numbers are growing very strong, so we want to make sure that we're here to provide a Catholic education to all those in the Greater Lowell area that are asking for it," she said.

Class sizes are currently about 100 students per grade at the high school level, Sharpe said.

With the addition, DeMarco said she expects the school could expand each grade by 20 students over the next four to five years.

For more information about how to donate to the capital campaign, visit www.lowellcatholic.org/capital_ campaign or call Sharpe at 978-452-1794 ext. 136.

An admissions information session will be held at 6 p.m. Tuesday at McNamara Hall.



Read more: http://www.lowellsun.com/local/ci_31444097/lowell-catholic-unveils-plans-new-building-video#ixzz4yVUeDy9h

 
 
 
 
 
 

Concept drawing of the new, 25,000-square-foot building Lowell Catholic High School will construct on its Stevens Street campus beginning in the spring.
Concept drawing of the new, 25,000-square-foot building Lowell Catholic High School will construct on its Stevens Street campus beginning in the spring. COURTESY PHOTO

LOWELL - Starting in the spring, Lowell Catholic High School will expand its Stevens Street campus with a new, 25,000-square-foot building.

"We're very excited," said Head of School Maryellen DeMarco. "It is the culmination of our strategic plan we've worked on the last few years to add a building to our blueprint in order to make sure we expand the facility to meet our growing population and to enhance the programs that we have at the school."

The $5 million building will be placed directly behind the main school building on what is now the parking lot, she said. What is now the football practice field will become the parking lot, and Lowell Catholic will work with other local schools to provide space for football practice, DeMarco said.

She said the school is "bursting at the seams," and the new building will take care of space concerns while allowing for future growth.

The last structures to be built on campus were Keith Gymnasium and McNamara Hall, which opened in 2006.

The project will begin in March and is expected to take about a year.

The new facility will feature an expanded learning commons about triple the size of the school's current library, DeMarco said. The library in the legacy hall will be turned back into a chapel, she said.

"It really affords us an opportunity to have a state-of-the-art learning commons with all the technology that students need today," said Director of Advancement Nicole Sharpe.

 
 
 
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It will also have an expanded dining hall and additional classroom space including a physics lab and art room.

The school is working with Gavin & Sullivan Architects and Charter Brothers Construction on the facility, which will mirror the look and feel of the other buildings on campus, DeMarco said.

The school is undertaking a $3 million capital campaign to assist with the construction costs. After about two years of "silent" campaigning, it is about halfway to its goal, DeMarco said.

She said the project will not impact tuition rates, which are adjusted annually.

DeMarco said there is a "marked increase in interest in Lowell Catholic," especially at the middleschool level, where the seventh grade has a wait-list.

"The numbers are growing very strong, so we want to make sure that we're here to provide a Catholic education to all those in the Greater Lowell area that are asking for it," she said.

Class sizes are currently about 100 students per grade at the high school level, Sharpe said.

With the addition, DeMarco said she expects the school could expand each grade by 20 students over the next four to five years.

For more information about how to donate to the capital campaign, visit www.lowellcatholic.org/capital_ campaign or call Sharpe at 978-452-1794 ext. 136.

An admissions information session will be held at 6 p.m. Tuesday at McNamara Hall.



Read more: http://www.lowellsun.com/local/ci_31444097/lowell-catholic-unveils-plans-new-building-video#ixzz4yVUeDy9h